Nice to meet some Cascaders at The Fuse recently.
There was talk about what to do during the digital festival later this year, some talk of tying Cascade related stuff together with some sort of futuristic storytelling.
Unfortunately it was near the end of the session and we didnt really have much time to discuss ideas, but this made me think of this concept Eric Hunting has outlined which I feel drawn to use for inspiration for an area/installation at an event or something.... sometime
I hope people find it interesting, particularly think the architects in the group may find lots they could get their teeth into, although the concept could act as a framework/theme from which to hang lots of stuff.
I find it fuses well with (is?) the recent sci-fi genre https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solarpunk which appears to be getting increasing attention from all the cool kids... Think this could offer more inspiration? Nice to have some positivity.
Poll Created Sat 16 Apr 2016 9:10PM
Next Meeting - Setting a Course Closed Fri 22 Apr 2016 9:08PM
I know Felix is leading us out to the downs to camp with fire at some point but I'd like to propose a short meeting in May to set a course.
Warda/Jon & Natalie suggested running mini sessions on speculative design & improvisation for the next meeting. Darren's got some Nomadic Eco Village content to share. 3 mini sessions of 15/20 minutes in an eve feels real good to me.
So, I propose 3 little sessions w an open session after a break to coming to consensus on plans for September? Who is in for a meeting end of April / first week of May?
17.30 - 19.00 Wednesday 4th May at the Hackspace?
Mick, I realise your May is super busy - the floor is wide open for you to say something about performing a meaningful alternative economy over a weekend. Be great if you could ground our ideas on the food exchange.
It would be good to get as many people who've connected with interest on this project there for the 1 hr and a half to really gauge what enthusiasm there is.
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